Posts Tagged: software testing

Test to Pass vs. Test to Fail

What is testing to pass? Testing to pass is an approach to QA whereby an application or website is tested in lock-step using specific user-flow instructions.  An example might be: Press button A, then press button B, then press the Submit button. Testing to pass is typically used when an application or a website is either… Read more »

The Most Common Website Bugs

The Most Common Software Bugs

The software development process can be long and tedious, and you are bound to make mistakes. That’s why many developers use software testing to check for and correct those mistakes. However, if you don’t use software testing, these mistakes won’t be caught, and your end product will have bugs that will hurt user experience. Here… Read more »

Hardware Lab Feedback From Our Readers

We often post about new additions to our hardware testing inventory, QA methodology, or even what we do with our retired systems. This time, we’d like to turn it around a little: What would you like to see in our hardware inventory? Different systems? More video cards? Apple Watches? Printers? VR Headsets? Let us know!… Read more »

Compatibility Test Cases

Hardware compatibility test cases are usually a little different than the manual functionality test cases we often employ. Since compatibility testing looks mainly at interactions between hardware and software, the test cases tend to be less granular on a functional level, and instead more geared towards measuring variables, such as frame rate, in the application… Read more »